We are a registered charity and operate within the parameters of the Charity Regulatory Authority.  Our Registered Charity Number is 20100285.

Whatever little you can give us will help them a lot

We are fully aware of the fact that everyone has their own financial commitments, and not everyone has a little to spare, but if all comes to all we can move elsewhere to get work to feed & house ourselves because we have something called ‘a choice’ …. animals cannot do this, they have no choice but to stay where they are and hope that someone will bring them to a place of safety where they will get food, water & kindness.

Should You Wish To Make A Financial Donation You Can Do So By Different Methods

Via Paypal


Via iDonate  fundraise on idonate

One of the many neglected equines who have arrived into our care over the years

Bank Lodgement or Standing Order
Bank of Ireland, Bank Place, Ennis, Co Clare
Account Name – Burren Animal Rescue
IBAN – IE13BOFI90421015374523

By Post To
Burren Animal Rescue
Co Clare

Direct To Our Vet
Ballyhugh Veterinary Centre, Tubber Road, Gort, Co Galway
(if choosing this option be sure to enclose a note stating that you are contributing to the bill of Burren Animal Rescue to ensure it is put against the right account)

“Hey ……. we always need Hay!”

Every €4.00 we receive enables us to buy a square bale of hay

Instead of sending us money you can if you wish bring us some bales of hay or organise a collection/delivery of some yourself so that you can ensure that is what the money will be spent on or maybe you got a good crop yourself and would like to ‘share’ some of it with us …… Whatever method suits you we don’t mind.

It goes without saying that people are also free to donate round bales of hay or haylage too should they wish

Other ideas that might boost our feed appeal will be added as we go along or perhaps you have a suggestion that may be beneficial to our gang.

Donations of feed buckets, ration, speedi-beet, alfalfa, horse rugs, head collars, troughs, wormers, electric fencing tape/rope, fencing poles, sawdust, straw, galvanise roofing, etc are also always very welcome.

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